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Mosley's lack of effort surprises Pacquiao, fans
By John Whisler, chron, 09 May 2011
LAS VEGAS — By the fourth round Saturday night, it was becoming apparent that Shane Mosley was not in it to win it.
He was passive, defensive and unwilling - or perhaps unable - to pull the trigger on his punches, having tasted Manny Pacquiao's power a round earlier when a straight left sent him Read Full Story >>>
Unfit for prime time
By Bart Barry, 15rounds.com, 09 May 2011
There is a time of the year in professional golf when the four tournaments collectively known as “the majors” are finished, the Ryder Cup, in even years, is through, and made-for-television and -sponsor events happen. Men pair with women. Seniors play against their peers’ college sons. Celebrities a Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao unwilling as dance partner
By Ron Borges, Boston Herald, 09 May 2011
LAS VEGAS — Shane Mosley did something the boxing world thought nearly impossible Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. He made Manny Pacquiao angry and his practice of the concussive arts boring.
Not angry because he was fiercely resisting Pacquiao. Not angry because he was fouling him r Read Full Story >>>
(Photos) 'Shame Mostly' vs Manny Pacquiao: Fight review
By Marv Dumon, Examiner.com, 09 May 2011
LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Intimacy without climax. Frustration on a Saturday night. There was a welterweight title showdown but no fight. Boxers were hugging. The seven corners of the world tuned in on pr Read Full Story >>>
Tear down those walls, Bob Arum, time to turn Manny Pacquiao loose
By Michael Marley, Examiner.com, 09 May 2011
LAS VEGAS—Ronald Reagan said it best, I think, when he exhorted Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the hideous Berlin Wall, the symbol of the dreaded Iron Curtain and the divi Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao's boxing foes are fading from the scene
By Greg Heakes, Agence France Press, 09 May 2011
LAS VEGAS, Nevada — Manny Pacquiao continues to jackhammer his way through the boxing ranks and his 12-round demolition of Shane Mosley may have sent another of the sport's all-time greats into retirement.
Pacquiao's opponents are dropping like flies as heading into Saturday's fight four of his l Read Full Story >>>
"It was a call that I just missed" - Kenny Bayless speaks out on Pacquiao-Mosley
By Chris Robinson, Examiner.com, 09 May 2011
The Manny Pacquiao-Shane Mosley bout has officially passed and with it comes the pondering of one superstar's future and the urging of many for his recent victim to call it a Read Full Story >>>
Another one bites the dust!
By Brad Cooney, Examiner.com, 09 May 2011
With cramping legs and a retreating Shane Mosley, pound for pound king Manny Pacquiao still dominated for 12 rounds. When Shane Mosley was knocked on his butt in the 3rd round, he had a deer in headlights look on his face. You could almost read his mind, "Ohhhhhh man that dude hits hard!"
Immedia Read Full Story >>>
Sugar Shame Mosley's agony of da feet, needed podiatrist, not Manny Pacquiao
By Michael Marley, Examiner.com, 09 May 2011
LAS VEGAS—How you know the Sugar Free Shane Mosley-Manny Pacquiao “fight” was about as exciting as a lazy nap in your hammock on a sweltering summer afternoon...
When many fans, most of whom used to revere Mosley, are calling him Shame Mosley now...
When you learn that Mosley had blisters on b Read Full Story >>>
Intricacy of Pacquiao's Issues About This Legs
By Granville Ampong, Associated Content, 09 May 2011
EXCLUSIVE via LAS VEGAS, Nevada - Manny Pacquiao could have knocked out Sugar Shane
Brian Livingston, Alex Ariza
Date of Interview: May 1, 2011
Mosley if Mosley had not retreated increasingly and also had his legs bother him not after round
Brian Livingston, Alex Ariza
Date of Interview: M Read Full Story >>>
Mayol on track of regaining title
By Gerry Ramos, Journal Group, 09 May 2011
LAS VEGAS – Former world champion Rodel Mayol eked out a majority decision win over Mexican Javier Gallon Saturday, putting him on track of gunning for a possible second title as a flyweight.
Repeatedly tagging his game opponent with crisp uppercuts and solid left hooks, the 29-year-old Filipino Read Full Story >>>
Arum: “Manny would beat the hell out of Mayweather… and he knows it. Marquez, Bradley or Judah next for Pacquiao!”
By Ace Freeman, FightFan.com, 09 May 2011
Eighty year old hall of fame promoter Bob Arum addressed the media last night at the MGM Grand about what’s next for Manny Pacquiao.
Photo: Ace Freeman
Bob Arum: “Manny Pacquiao would beat the hell out of Floyd Mayweather. I guarantee it. And there’s a very wise and savvy boxing expert w Read Full Story >>>
Roy Jones Jr talks Lebedev Pacquiao Mosley and Mayweather
By Brad Cooney, 8countnews, 09 May 2011
8CountNews sat down with the legendary Roy Jones Jr and got his thoughts on his upcoming fight against Denis Lebedev, scheduled for May 21st in Moscow, Russia. Jones updates his fans on his training camp, and talks about the keys for victory. Roy knows that a win over Lebedev would position him cl Read Full Story >>>
Photos: Manny Pacquiao celebrates victory by singing to his fans
Las Vegas Weekly, 09 May 2011
What’s a champion boxer to do after scoring yet another victory in the ring? No, not go to Disneyland. If you’re Manny “Pac-Man” Pacquiao, who handily defeated “Sugar” Shane Mosley in front of a sold-out crowd at MGM Grand Garden Arena last night, you sing to your fans.
Pacquiao did just that at Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao Meets The Boobirds
By Charles Saunders, Boxscorenews.com, 09 May 2011
Booing at a Manny Pacquiao fight? Booing when two iron-chinned warriors each go down for the first time in several years? Booing when two of the top-five welterweights share a ring? That’s supposed to be the way Philadelphia football fans react to Santa Claus, not the way fight fans respond at a big Read Full Story >>>
Times Live, 09 May 2011
The most interesting parts of Manny Pacquiao's points victory of Shane Mosley happened outside the Las Vegas ring. That's how boring the fight was.
On the day of the fight, Pacquiao was involved in a minor road accident while returning from early-morning mass. The car he was travelling in was rea Read Full Story >>>
Pacquiao's victory over Mosley convincing, but lacked flair
By Jon Saraceno, USA Today, 09 May 2011
LAS VEGAS — Shane Mosley complained of blisters on his right foot. Manny Pacquiao suffered a cramp in his left leg. When it was over, fight fans limped home, wallets lighter.
By Gabriel Bouys, AFP/Getty Images
Manny Pacquiao celebrates after defeating Shane Mosley, but the fight lacked any ele Read Full Story >>>
Jorge Arce: I Told You That I Would Knock Vazquez Out!
By Ryan Burton, BoxingScene.com, 09 May 2011
MGM Grand, Las Vegas - A jubilant Jorge Arce arrived to the post fight press conference with his family at his side after exciting victory over the previously undefeated Wilfredo Vazquez Jr. "El Travieso", sporting a nasty gash from a clash of heads with Vazquez was in one of his typical chatty moo Read Full Story >>>
Report: Manila readies hero's welcome for Pacquiao
GMA News Online, 09 May 2011
A hero's welcome awaits boxing icon and Saranggani Rep. Emmanuel "Manny" Pacquiao when he returns to the Philippines.
Manila City mayor Alfredo Lim ordered preparations for the grand welcome for Pacquiao, according to a report on dwIZ radio.
Meanwhile, President Benigno Aquino III personally Read Full Story >>>
Congressman and king: Manny Pacquiao has pick of intriguing opponents after beating Mosley
By Associated Press, Washington Post, 09 May 2011
LAS VEGAS — Sugar Shane Mosley was in full retreat from the opening round against Manny Pacquiao, backpedaling and scrambling to a soundtrack of boos simply to avoid getting knocked out by the pound-for-pound king of boxing.
Pacquiao has seen this embarrassing strategy before. Floyd Mayweather Jr Read Full Story >>>